More and more studies are revealing what Hippocrates knew more than 2,000 years ago, “All diseases begin in the gut”. Gut health is a big buzzword right now and for good reason.
For years we have been neglecting one of the most important parts of our bodies, the gut. We have overmedicated, eaten excessive processed foods, lived with too much stress, and been exposed to environmental toxins. All of these contributed to a gut with too much damaging bacteria and a lack of good bacteria to fight for us. In fact, the latest research shows that hundreds of medical conditions are due to a leaky gut.
The gut is where digestion, absorption and elimination all take place. The gut also prevents harmful substances from entering our body. It’s only logical that when the gut is off balance it will impact the whole body. Many people already feel the damage through heartburn, IBS, decrease in immunity to bacteria, viruses and increase in toxins.
While that may all sound ominous, taking proper care of our guts can avoid many such conditions from developing.
Thinking about you eat and being more mindful will make all the difference and immediately transform your gut health. Supplements such as Sovereign Labs Colostrum-LD®, foods with probiotics and fermented foods all work to improve gut health.
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Foods that Improve Gut Health
Yogurt is full of probioitcs which increase helpful bacteria in the digestive tract; crucial to good gut health.
The vitamins, minerals and fiber in mango prevent the loss of healthy gut bacteria.
Fermented foods, like sauerkraut help maintain a healthy gut by keeping good bacteria alive.
Turmeric is known as a super spice and helps regulate digestive hormones, promoting a healthy gut.
The fermenting process of kombucha (fermented sweet tea) gives life to natural probiotics, which aid in promoting a healthy gut.
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